Lu Han was born in Changchun, China and moved to the U.S. with her parents when she was 5 years old. She had enough time in China to maintain conversational fluency in Mandarin and clear memories of hole-in-the-ground toilets. Lu has been based in New York ever since (30 years and counting), and currently calls Hell's Kitchen home. She attends Vision Church, a non-denominational Asian American church that meets in Midtown East. In her free time, you can catch her rock climbing, seeing Broadway shows and plays, reading (a lot) and writing (a little). www.helloluhan.com
What is enough? When can we slow down, dare to rest, or think about something beyond providing for ourselves? This scarcity mindset seeped into my early attempts to understand faith. The gospel was good news, but how could I trust its permanence?